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SB21-SSA1,3,1915 2. In each year following the year of a federal decennial census, the July report
16shall instead be transmitted no later than November 1 and shall be current to the
17date of the report. The November 1 report shall be accompanied by a list of the block
18numbers of which the county and each municipality and ward within the county are
19comprised.
SB21-SSA1,7 20Section 7. 5.15 (7) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,4,1121 5.15 (7) If a new town municipality is created or if part of a town municipality
22is annexed to a city or village during a decennial period after April 1 of the year of
23the federal decennial census, the town board governing body of any town
24municipality to which territory is attached or from which territory is detached,
25without regard to the time provisions of sub. (1) (b), may, by ordinance or resolution,

1create new wards or adjust the existing wards in that town municipality to the extent
2required to reflect the change. If a municipality is consolidated with another
3municipality during a decennial period after April 1 of the year of the federal
4decennial census, the governing body of the consolidated municipality, without
5regard to the time provisions under sub. (1) (b), may, by ordinance or resolution,
6create new wards or adjust the existing wards of the municipality to the extent
7required to reflect the change. No ward line adjustment under this subsection may
8cross the boundary of a congressional, assembly, or supervisory district. The Within
95 days after adoption of the ordinance or resolution, the
municipal clerk shall
10transmit copies of the ordinance or resolution making the adjustment to the county
11clerk
in compliance with sub. (4) (b).
SB21-SSA1,12 12Section 12. 13.101 (6) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,5,613 13.101 (6) (a) As an emergency measure necessitated by decreased state
14revenues and to prevent the necessity for a state tax on general property, the
15committee may reduce any appropriation made to any board, commission,
16department, or the University of Wisconsin System, or to any other state agency or
17activity, by such amount as it deems feasible, not exceeding 25% of the
18appropriations, except appropriations made by ss. 20.255 (2) (ac), (bc), (bh), (cg), and
19(cr), 20.395 (1), (2) (cq), (eq) to (ex) and (gq) to (gx), (3), (4) (aq) to (ax), and (6) (af),
20(aq), (ar), and (au), 20.435 (7) (4) (a) and (5) (da), and 20.437 (2) (a) and (dz) or for
21forestry purposes under s. 20.370 (1), or any other moneys distributed to any county,
22city, village, town, or school district. Appropriations of receipts and of a sum
23sufficient shall for the purposes of this section be regarded as equivalent to the
24amounts expended under such appropriations in the prior fiscal year which ended
25June 30. All functions of said state agencies shall be continued in an efficient

1manner, but because of the uncertainties of the existing situation no public funds
2should be expended or obligations incurred unless there shall be adequate revenues
3to meet the expenditures therefor. For such reason the committee may make
4reductions of such appropriations as in its judgment will secure sound financial
5operations of the administration for said state agencies and at the same time
6interfere least with their services and activities.
SB21-SSA1,14 7Section 14. 13.121 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,5,168 13.121 (4) Insurance. For the purpose of premium determinations under s.
940.05 (4) and (5) each member of the legislature shall accrue sick leave at a rate
10equivalent to a percentage of time worked recommended for such positions by the
11director of the office administrator of the division of state employment relations
12personnel management in the department of administration and approved by the
13joint committee on employment relations in the same manner as compensation for
14such positions is determined under s. 20.923. This percentage of time worked shall
15be applied to the sick leave accrual rate established under s. 230.35 (2). The approved
16percentage shall be incorporated into the compensation plan under s. 230.12 (1).
SB21-SSA1,15 17Section 15. 13.123 (1) (a) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,6,1018 13.123 (1) (a) 1. Any member of the legislature who has signified, by affidavit
19filed with the department of administration, the necessity of establishing a
20temporary residence at the state capital for the period of any regular or special
21legislative session shall be entitled to an allowance for expenses incurred for food and
22lodging for each day that he or she is in Madison on legislative business, but not
23including any Saturday or Sunday unless the legislator is in actual attendance on
24such day at a session of the legislature or a meeting of a standing committee of which
25the legislator is a member. The amount of the allowance for each biennial session

1shall be 90% of the per diem rate for travel for federal government business within
2the city of Madison, as established by the federal general services administration.
3For the purpose of determining the amount of the allowance, the director of the office
4administrator of the division of state employment relations personnel management
5in the department of administration
shall certify to the chief clerk of each house the
6federal per diem rate in effect on December 1, or the first business day thereafter if
7December 1 is not a business day, in each even-numbered year. Each legislator shall
8file an affidavit with the chief clerk of his or her house certifying the specific dollar
9amount within the authorized allowance the member wishes to receive. Such
10affidavit, when filed, shall remain in effect for the biennial session.
SB21-SSA1,17 11Section 17. 13.20 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,6,2312 13.20 (2) Pay ranges; duration of employment. All legislative employees shall
13be paid in accordance with the compensation and classification plan for employees
14in the classified civil service within ranges approved by the joint committee on
15legislative organization. The director of the office of state employment relations
16administrator of the division of personnel management in the department of
17administration
shall make recommendations concerning a compensation and
18classification schedule for legislative employees if requested to do so by the joint
19committee on legislative organization or by the committee on organization of either
20house. If the joint committee does not approve pay ranges for legislative employees,
21the committee on organization of either house may approve pay ranges for its
22employees. Appointments shall be made for the legislative session, unless earlier
23terminated by the appointing officer.
SB21-SSA1,29 24Section 29. 13.48 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
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113.48 (3) State building trust fund. In the interest of the continuity of the
2program, the moneys appropriated to the state building trust fund under s. 20.867
3(2) (f) shall be retained as a nonlapsing building depreciation reserve. Such moneys
4shall be deposited into the state building trust fund. At such times as the building
5commission directs, or in emergency situations under s. 16.855 (16) (b), the governor
6shall authorize releases from this fund to become available for projects and shall
7direct the department of administration to allocate from this fund such amounts as
8are approved for these projects. In issuing such directions, the building commission
9shall consider the cash balance in the state building trust fund, the necessity and
10urgency of the proposed improvement, employment conditions and availability of
11materials in the locality in which the improvement is to be made. The building
12commission may authorize any project costing $760,000 or less in accordance with
13priorities to be established by the building commission and may adjust the priorities
14by deleting, substituting or adding new projects as needed to reflect changing
15program needs and unforeseen circumstances. The building commission may enter
16into contracts for the construction of buildings for any state agency, except a project
17authorized under sub. (10) (c) or (e), and shall be responsible for accounting for all
18funds released to projects. The building commission may designate the department
19of administration or the agency for which the project is constructed to act as its
20representative in such accounting.
SB21-SSA1,29m 21Section 29m. 13.48 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,8,222 13.48 (4) State agencies to report proposed projects. Whenever any state
23agency contemplates a project under the state building program it shall report the
24project to the building commission. The report shall be made on such date and in

1such manner as the building commission prescribes. This subsection does not apply
2to projects identified in sub. (10) (c) and (e).
SB21-SSA1,35m 3Section 35m. 13.48 (10) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,8,134 13.48 (10) (a) Except as provided in par. pars. (c) and (e), no state board, agency,
5officer, department, commission, or body corporate may enter into a contract for the
6construction, reconstruction, remodeling of, or addition to any building, structure,
7or facility, in connection with any building project which involves a cost in excess of
8$185,000 without completion of final plans and arrangement for supervision of
9construction and prior approval by the building commission. This section applies to
10the department of transportation only in respect to buildings, structures, and
11facilities to be used for administrative or operating functions, including buildings,
12land, and equipment to be used for the motor vehicle emission inspection and
13maintenance program under s. 110.20.
SB21-SSA1,40m 14Section 40m. 13.48 (10) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,8,2015 13.48 (10) (c) Paragraph (a) does not apply to any contract for a building project
16involving a cost of less than $500,000 to be constructed for the University of
17Wisconsin System that is funded entirely from the proceeds of gifts and grants made
18to the system
UW gifts and grants project, as defined in s. 16.855 (1g) (f), that the
19Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System lets through single prime
20contracting under s. 16.855 (12m)
.
SB21-SSA1,41m 21Section 41m. 13.48 (10) (e) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1,8,2422 13.48 (10) (e) Paragraph (a) does not apply to any contract for an eligible energy
23conservation project approved by the president of the University of Wisconsin
24System under s. 36.11 (26m) (b).
SB21-SSA1,42m 25Section 42m. 13.48 (12) (b) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
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113.48 (12) (b) 1. A facility constructed by or for corporations a business entity
2having condemnation authority under s. 32.02 (3) to (10) and (13) for purposes for
3which the corporation it would have condemnation authority.
SB21-SSA1,44b 4Section 44b. 13.48 (13) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,9,165 13.48 (13) (a) Except as provided in par. (b) or (c) to (d), every building,
6structure or facility that is constructed for the benefit of or use of the state, any state
7agency, board, commission or department, the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and
8Clinics Authority, the Fox River Navigational System Authority, the Wisconsin
9Economic Development Corporation, or any local professional baseball park district
10created under subch. III of ch. 229 if the construction is undertaken by the
11department of administration on behalf of the district, shall be in compliance with
12all applicable state laws, rules, codes and regulations but the construction is not
13subject to the ordinances or regulations of the municipality in which the construction
14takes place except zoning, including without limitation because of enumeration
15ordinances or regulations relating to materials used, permits, supervision of
16construction or installation, payment of permit fees, or other restrictions.
SB21-SSA1,44m 17Section 44m. 13.48 (13) (d) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1,9,2218 13.48 (13) (d) The structure or facility that is to be constructed for the benefit,
19or use, of the state and that was first enumerated under the 2007-09 building
20program and last modified under the 2013-15 building program as State
21Transportation Building replacement — Madison is not subject to any zoning
22ordinance or regulation of any city, village, or town.
SB21-SSA1,47b 23Section 47b. 13.48 (19) of the statutes is renumbered 13.48 (19) (a) and
24amended to read:
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113.48 (19) (a) Whenever the building commission determines that the use of
2innovative types of design and construction processes will make better use of the
3resources and technology available in the building industry, the building commission
4may waive any or all of s. 16.855, except s. 16.855 (13) and (14m) (a) to (c), if such the
5action is in the best interest of the state and if the waiver is accomplished through
6formal action of the building commission. The building commission may authorize
7the lease, lease purchase or acquisition of such facilities constructed in the manner
8authorized
is approved by the building commission.
SB21-SSA1,10,12 9(b) Subject to the requirements of s. 20.924 (1) (i), the building commission may
10also authorize the lease, or lease purchase or acquisition of existing facilities in lieu
11of state construction of any project enumerated in the authorized state building
12program.
SB21-SSA1,53 13Section 53. 13.48 (26) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,11,1314 13.48 (26) Environmental improvement annual finance plan approval. The
15building commission shall review the versions of the biennial finance plan and any
16amendments to the biennial finance plan submitted to it by the department of
17natural resources and the department of administration under s. 281.59 (3) (bm) and
18the recommendations of the joint committee on finance and the standing committees
19to which the versions of the biennial finance plan and any amendments were
20submitted under s. 281.59 (3) (bm). The building commission shall consider the
21extent to which that version of the biennial finance plan that is updated to reflect the
22adopted biennial budget act will maintain the funding for the clean water fund
23program and the safe drinking water loan program, in the environmental
24improvement fund, in perpetuity. The building commission shall consider the extent
25to which the implementation of the clean water fund program, the safe drinking

1water loan program and the land recycling loan program, as set forth in the biennial
2finance plan updated to reflect the adopted biennial budget act, implements
3legislative intent on the clean water fund program, the safe drinking water loan
4program and the land recycling loan program. The building commission shall, no
5later than 60 days after the date of enactment of the biennial budget act, either
6approve or disapprove the biennial finance plan that is updated to reflect the adopted
7biennial budget act, except that the building commission may not disapprove those
8amounts that the legislature approves under s. 281.59 (3e) (a), (3m) (a) and (3s) (a)
.
9If the building commission disapproves the version of the biennial finance plan that
10is updated to reflect the adopted biennial budget act, it must notify the department
11of natural resources and the department of administration of its reasons for
12disapproving the plan, and those departments must revise that version of the
13biennial finance plan and submit the revision to the building commission.
SB21-SSA1,54m 14Section 54m. 13.48 (28m) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1,11,2115 13.48 (28m) Carroll University. (a) The legislature finds and determines
16that there is a growing shortage of primary medical care workers in this state,
17particularly for medically underserved populations in rural and urban areas of the
18state, and that assisting institutions of higher education in training primary medical
19care workers is a statewide responsibility of statewide dimension. It is therefore in
20the public interest, and it is the public policy of this state, to assist Carroll University
21in the construction of a science laboratory facility.
SB21-SSA1,12,322 (b) The building commission may authorize up to $3,000,000 in general fund
23supported borrowing to assist Carroll University in the construction of a science
24laboratory facility. The state funding commitment shall be in the form of a grant to
25Carroll University. Before approving any state funding commitment for construction

1of such a facility, the building commission shall determine that Carroll University
2has secured additional funding for the project of at least $23,500,000 from nonstate
3revenue sources.
SB21-SSA1,12,74 (c) If the building commission authorizes a grant to Carroll University under
5par. (b), and if, for any reason, the facility that is constructed with funds from the
6grant is not used as a science laboratory facility, the state shall retain an ownership
7interest in the facility equal to the amount of the state's grant.
SB21-SSA1,54n 8Section 54n. 13.48 (28p) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1,12,149 13.48 (28p) Eau Claire Confluence Arts, Inc. (a) The legislature finds and
10determines that providing education, programming, and access to arts and culture
11vastly enriches the lives of the citizens of this state and is a statewide responsibility
12of statewide dimension. It is therefore in the public interest, and it is the public policy
13of this state, to assist Eau Claire Confluence Arts, Inc., in the construction of a
14regional arts center in Eau Claire County.
SB21-SSA1,12,2215 (b) The building commission may authorize up to $15,000,000 in general fund
16supported borrowing to assist Eau Claire Confluence Arts, Inc., in the construction
17of a regional arts center in Eau Claire County. The state funding commitment shall
18be in the form of a grant to Eau Claire Confluence Arts, Inc. Before approving any
19state funding commitment for construction of such a center, the building commission
20shall determine that Eau Claire Confluence Arts, Inc., has secured additional
21funding for the project from nonstate revenue sources at least equal to the state's
22grant.
SB21-SSA1,13,223 (c) If the building commission authorizes a grant to the Eau Claire Confluence
24Arts, Inc., under par. (b), and if, for any reason, the center that is constructed with

1funds from the grant is not used as a regional arts center, the state shall retain an
2ownership interest in the center equal to the amount of the state's grant.
SB21-SSA1,54o 3Section 54o. 13.48 (28r) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1,13,104 13.48 (28r) Wisconsin Agriculture Education Center, Inc. (a) The
5legislature finds and determines that educating the citizens of this state on where
6our food comes from and its impact on our lives, and that promoting the dairy and
7agriculture industries of this state is a statewide responsibility of statewide
8dimension. It is therefore in the public interest, and it is the public policy of this
9state, to assist the Wisconsin Agriculture Education Center, Inc., in the construction
10of an agriculture education center in Manitowoc County.
SB21-SSA1,13,1811 (b) The building commission may authorize up to $5,000,000 in general fund
12supported borrowing to assist the Wisconsin Agriculture Education Center, Inc., in
13the construction of an agriculture education center in Manitowoc County. The state
14funding commitment shall be in the form of a grant to the Wisconsin Agriculture
15Education Center, Inc. Before approving any state funding commitment for
16construction of such a center, the building commission shall determine that the
17Wisconsin Agriculture Education Center, Inc., has secured additional funding for the
18project of at least $6,626,800 from nonstate revenue sources.
SB21-SSA1,13,2319 (c) If the building commission authorizes a grant to the Wisconsin Agriculture
20Education Center, Inc., under par. (b), and if, for any reason, the center that is
21constructed with funds from the grant is not used as an agriculture education center,
22the state shall retain an ownership interest in the center equal to the amount of the
23state's grant.
SB21-SSA1,55m 24Section 55m. 13.48 (29) of the statutes is amended to read:
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113.48 (29) Small projects. Except as otherwise required under s. 16.855
2(10m), the building commission may prescribe simplified policies and procedures to
3be used in lieu of the procedures provided in s. 16.855 for any project that does not
4require prior approval of the building commission under sub. (10) (a), except projects
5specified in sub. (10) (c) and (e).
SB21-SSA1,56d 6Section 56d. 13.48 (32) (b) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,14,147 13.48 (32) (b) (intro.) The building commission may authorize up to
8$23,000,000 $25,000,000 of general fund supported borrowing to aid in the
9construction of a dental clinic and education facility at Marquette University. The
10state funding commitment for the construction of the facility shall be in the form of
11a construction grant to Marquette University. Before approving any state funding
12commitment for such a facility and before awarding the construction grant to
13Marquette University, the building commission shall determine that all of the
14following conditions have been met:
SB21-SSA1,56f 15Section 56f. 13.48 (32) (b) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,14,2016 13.48 (32) (b) 1. Marquette University has secured additional funding
17commitments of at least $23,000,000 $25,000,000 from nonstate revenue sources,
18the nonstate revenue sources are reasonable and available and the total funding
19commitments of the state and the nonstate sources will permit Marquette University
20to enter into contracts for the construction of the dental clinic and education facility.
SB21-SSA1,56h 21Section 56h. 13.48 (33) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,56k 22Section 56k. 13.48 (36) (title) and (a) of the statutes are amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,15,923 13.48 (36) (title) Hmong cultural centers center. (a) The legislature finds
24and determines that a significant number of Hmong people are citizens of this state,
25that the Hmong people have a proud heritage that needs to be recognized and

1preserved, and that the Hmong people have experienced difficulties assimilating in
2this state. The legislature finds that supporting the Hmong people in their efforts
3to recognize their heritage and to realize the full advantages of citizenship in this
4state is a statewide responsibility of statewide dimension. Because it will better
5ensure that the heritage of the Hmong people is preserved and will better enable the
6Hmong people to realize the full advantages of citizenship in this state, the
7legislature finds that it will have a direct and immediate effect on a matter of
8statewide concern for the state to facilitate the purchase or construction and
9operation of a Hmong cultural centers center.
SB21-SSA1,56m 10Section 56m. 13.48 (36) (b) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,56s 11Section 56s. 13.48 (39h) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,57b 12Section 57b. 13.489 (5) (a) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,15,1713 13.489 (5) (a) 1. Summarizes the current status of each project submitted by
14the department that is under consideration by the commission under s. 13.489,
15including any project approved by the commission under sub. (1m) (d), and of each
16project enumerated under s. 84.013 (3) or 84.0145 (3) (b) or approved under s. 84.013
17(6).
SB21-SSA1,57d 18Section 57d. 13.50 (1) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
SB21-SSA1,15,2119 13.50 (1) Creation. There is created a joint survey committee on retirement
20systems, consisting of 5 senators and 5 representatives to the assembly, appointed
21as are members of standing committees in their respective houses.
SB21-SSA1,57e 22Section 57e. 13.50 (1m) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,16,223 13.50 (1m) Officers. The officers of this committee shall be a senate
24cochairperson and vice cochairperson, and an assembly cochairperson and vice
25cochairperson, selected as are the officers of standing committees in their respective

1houses, and a secretary elected by the committee from among its nonlegislator
2members
.
SB21-SSA1,57f 3Section 57f. 13.50 (2) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,57g 4Section 57g. 13.50 (3) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,63d 5Section 63d. 13.92 (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,16,11 613.92 Legislative reference bureau. (intro.) There is created a bureau to
7be known as the "Legislative Reference Bureau," headed by the chief of legislative
8reference bureau. The legislative reference bureau shall be strictly nonpartisan and
9shall at all times observe the confidential nature of the reference or, drafting, and
10research
requests received by it, and all drafting files and other records relating to
11those requests shall remain confidential at all times
.
SB21-SSA1,63e 12Section 63e. 13.92 (1) (a) 3. of the statutes is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,63f 13Section 63f. 13.92 (1) (c) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,63g 14Section 63g. 13.92 (1) (e) 5. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,16,1615 13.92 (1) (e) 5. Microfilming, optical imaging or electronic formatting of
16reference materials and legislative drafting records under par. (a) 1. and 3.
SB21-SSA1,63m 17Section 63m. 13.94 (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,17,9 1813.94 Legislative audit bureau. (intro.) There is created a bureau to be
19known as the "Legislative Audit Bureau," headed by a chief known as the "State
20Auditor." The bureau shall be strictly nonpartisan and shall at all times observe the
21confidential nature of any audit currently being performed. Subject to s. 230.35 (4)
22(a) and (f), the state auditor or designated employees shall at all times with or
23without notice have access to all departments and to any books, records or other
24documents maintained by the departments and relating to their expenditures,
25revenues, operations and structure, including specifically any such books, records,

1or other documents that are confidential by law, except as provided in sub. (4) and
2except that access to documents of counties, cities, villages, towns or school districts
3is limited to work performed in connection with audits authorized under sub. (1) (m)
4and except that access to documents of the opportunity schools and partnership
5programs under s. 119.33, subch. IX of ch. 115, and subch. II of ch. 119 is limited to
6work performed in connection with audits authorized under sub. (1) (os)
. In the
7discharge of any duty imposed by law, the state auditor may subpoena witnesses,
8administer oaths and take testimony and cause the deposition of witnesses to be
9taken as prescribed for taking depositions in civil actions in circuit courts.
SB21-SSA1,64m 10Section 64m. 13.94 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,17,2411 13.94 (1) (b) At the state auditor's discretion or as the joint legislative audit
12committee directs, audit the records of each department. Audits of the records of a
13county, city, village, town, or school district may be performed only as provided in par.
14(m). Audits of the records of the opportunity schools and partnership programs
15under s. 119.33, subch. IX of ch. 115, and subch. II of ch. 119 may be performed only
16as provided in par. (os).
After completion of any audit under this paragraph, the
17bureau shall file with the chief clerk of each house of the legislature, the governor,
18the department of administration, the legislative reference bureau, the joint
19committee on finance, the legislative fiscal bureau, and the department audited, a
20detailed report of the audit, including the bureau's recommendations for
21improvement and efficiency and including specific instances, if any, of illegal or
22improper expenditures. The chief clerks shall distribute the report to the joint
23legislative audit committee, the appropriate standing committees of the legislature,
24and the joint committee on legislative organization.
SB21-SSA1,65 25Section 65. 13.94 (1) (dL) of the statutes is amended to read:
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113.94 (1) (dL) Annually, conduct a financial audit of the governor's read to lead
2development fund. The legislative audit bureau shall file a copy of the report of the
3audit under this paragraph with the distributees specified in par. (b).
SB21-SSA1,65b 4Section 65b. 13.94 (1) (dL) of the statutes, as affected by 2015 Wisconsin Act
5.... (this act), is repealed.
SB21-SSA1,65n 6Section 65n. 13.94 (1) (dp) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,18,117 13.94 (1) (dp) In addition to any other audit to be performed under this section
8relating to veterans homes, perform one or more financial audits of the operation of
9the Wisconsin Veterans Home at Chippewa Falls by any private entity with which
10the department of veterans affairs enters into an agreement under s. 45.50 (2m) (c).
11The audit shall be performed at such time as the governor or legislature directs.
SB21-SSA1,66d 12Section 66d. 13.94 (1) (e) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,18,2313 13.94 (1) (e) Make such special examinations of the accounts and financial
14transactions of any department, agency or officer as the governor, legislature, joint
15legislative audit committee or joint committee on legislative organization directs. If
16the governor directs that such an examination be conducted, the order from the
17governor shall provide for reimbursement of the legislative audit bureau's costs in
18making the examination from the appropriation under s. 20.525 (1) (a). No order
19from the governor for an examination under this paragraph may take precedence
20over an examination already scheduled by the legislative audit bureau without
21approval of the joint legislative audit committee.
Examinations of the accounts and
22transactions of a county, city, village, town, or, subject to par. (os), of a school district ,
23may be performed only as authorized in par. (m).
SB21-SSA1,67g 24Section 67g. 13.94 (1) (os) of the statutes is created to read:
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113.94 (1) (os) Beginning in 2017, and biennially thereafter, prepare a
2performance evaluation audit of the opportunity schools and partnership programs
3under s. 119.33, subch. IX of ch. 115, and subch. II of ch. 119. The legislative audit
4bureau shall file a copy of the report of the audit under this paragraph with the
5distributees specified in par. (b).
SB21-SSA1,67r 6Section 67r. 13.94 (1s) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,19,127 13.94 (1s) (a) Except as otherwise provided in par. (c), the legislative audit
8bureau may charge any department for the reasonable cost of auditing services
9performed at the request of a department or at the request of the federal government
10that the bureau is not required to perform under sub. (1) (b) or (c) or any other law.
11This paragraph does not apply to counties, cities, villages, towns, or school districts
12or to the opportunity schools and partnership programs under sub. (1) (os).
SB21-SSA1,75 13Section 75. 13.96 (1) of the statutes is renumbered 13.96 (1) (intro.) and
14amended to read:
SB21-SSA1,19,1615 13.96 (1) Duties of the staff. (intro.) The legislative technology services
16bureau shall provide:
SB21-SSA1,19,18 17(a) Provide and coordinate information technology support and services to the
18legislative branch.
SB21-SSA1,76 19Section 76. 13.96 (1) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1,19,2320 13.96 (1) (b) Upon receipt of municipal boundary information at each reporting
21interval under s. 5.15 (4) (bg), reconcile and compile the information received to
22produce a statewide data base consisting of municipal boundary information for the
23entire state.
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